Natural State Nineties
The first Art Amiss compilation to be a digital only release, "Natural State Nineties" is the result of a collaborative effort between Phillip Eubanks and Eric Jensen. Host of the Plastic Magic Radio Show on KXUA 88.3FM, Phillip Eubanks has been a part of the Arkansas music scene for over two decades, both as a musician and as a fan. The eleven songs on this album
Art Amiss grant supports Egyptr album release!
In January of 2011, Art Amiss awarded a grant of $300 to local Fayetteville band Egyptr to help defray the costs of recording their first full-length album. On August 1st, 2012, Egyptr released the results of their labors on their new Bandcamp page. Visit now to listen to and download ten intense Arkansas punk tracks by Zach Wait (guitar & voice), Steve Ragle (drums), and Sam King (bass). The cover art is by Little Rock artist Brian Wolf, who created the artwork for the Art Amiss 11 compilation.
Art Amiss features clothing with local designs
Art Amiss is proud to announce the launch of our first limited edition Art Amiss apparel items! This limited pressing of four designs by local artists Whitney Johnston, Sarah Creasman, Jane Kang and Sarah Levine will be available at Mayapple Boutique and online at our merch page. All proceeds from sales go to continue the apparel project and support local artists and designers. Wear your local art and support Art Amiss!
NWA Fashion Week
Art Amiss is proud to be one of the headlining organizations in the upcoming NWA Fashion week.
From the NWAFW website:
"In the spring of 2012, NWA Fashion Week will launch with a week packed full of exciting runway shows and fashion events featuring local boutiques and designers in Northwest Arkansas.
NWA Fashion Week is a result of the combined efforts of a local community to grow our fashion scene and support charities right here at home.
Each boutique and designer participating in NWA Fashion Week will be hosting runway shows and fashion events that will take place at the East Square Plaza on the Fayetteville downtown square.